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on up. >> hi, supervisors. i'm tom king. i'm not a lobbyist or a paid employee here. i just had a meeting locally here. i just wanted to come because i think the focus throughout all the budget meetings should be on reducing expenses. my main concern is that the agendas are not detailed enough. i think they should be more detailed for the public to better evaluate. with respect to this item, 400k seems kind of high. wondering how many sites are involved. something basic like that would help the overall evaluation, thanks. >> thank you very much. are there any other speakers? >> good morning, supervisors. my name is karin woods. i worked on the blue greenway project for six years with the neighborhood parks council, which is now the parks alliance. this is a really good step forward to get this grant because while the port has done a tremendous job of creating parks along the blue greenway, there are gaps. this will help determine whether there are any environmentally challenged areas of the southeast waterfront could be included in the blue greenway. i urge your support, thank y
, supervisors, tom king once more. i support the project but i do have concerns. the presentation was very well done. i didn't hear anything about the residents living close to proposal site. will there be a study to examine this impact? that said revenue alsoing increase as visiting team also stay in san francisco perhaps two to three nights, especially with east coast teams and travel days. also nba teams book entire floors of hotels for security reasons. pro sports teams are owned by billionaires, so please be cautious with the final contract. i think two people should be more involved in the decision. one is harvey rose, a superb budget analyst. the other is a san francisco resident named gund. he is very charitable. he and his family own the cleveland team. they would have details, as cleveland as a new arena. they would regard ferry service corresponding to warriors home games. important to keep in mind warriors only play 41 home and the average stadium seats 28,000 to 30,000 so additional revenue streams are critical. ticket prices, it is important in the contract to keep them low. espec
or departments. i fully support -- >> please speak into the microphone. >> tom king once again, thanks. my comments are not a critique of the efficacy of the program or the efficacy of the staff or departments; it is really about funding and reducing costs. on this specific item -- i understand this is a specific grant we have already received, but i think the main issue has to do with i guess what i would call the hyphenization of san francisco. for some reason city government feels that we need to be compartmentalized i want sub cat girs. people with h.i.v. a.i.d.s. should have a separate allocation but why the need to break down the segment even further? you know, this is h.i.v. positive, transgender woman of color. what about transgender men or transgender woman of no color, which i imagine would be white. again, i don't quite understand that. in san francisco there is no majority race. i believe in the last census that was determined. so i guess it is just the -- like i said, the hyphenization is of less importance than helping everyone as a whole, thanks. >> thank you. are there othe
who wish to speak on item five? come on up. >> supervisor, tom king again. i'm not quite sure i understood the actually agenda item. when it says to participate, building a medical home, are they referring to building a facility for h.i.v. positive homeless individuals? is that -- >> why don't you finish your public comment. >> my comment was based on that. if it is not, it is moot. i just think that all people with h.i.v. should feel part of the community as whole, not an isolated part. they should be welcomed by everyone. employers, landlords, et cetera. not a separate facility, thanks. >> thanks very much. are there members of the public who wish to speak on item five. public comment is closed. to answer this gentleman's question, the home means where they receive primary services. it is not necessarily a physical place where they are housed but a term used to describe where someone receiving their primary care services, their medical home. so with that, colleagues, do we have a motion to send the item forward with recommendation? okay. we will do that without objection. to m
of the public what wish to speak on item number 8? >> thank you, supervisors, tom king. again this goes back to opening comment. when you are online and looking at the agenda, it would be great to have a link from the items to -- what i just heard, both preventers haddockments that would have been helpful to review prior to coming here because otherwise members of the public were kind of in the dark. it doesn't specify what the lease is, the amount of money. it doesn't specify what previous was. just off the top of my head i think securing a lengthy lease like that in two buildings, i don't think we should have paid that 3% increase. >> hello, we are back from a quick recess. the budget and finance committee. we completed items 1-9. and so we will be resuming the rest of the agenda. i believe that we have the moscini items left. and to my understanding that they are okay with us calling item 12 out of the order, is that correct? okay. mr. clerk, call item 12 please. >> item 12. >> thank you, this item is brought to us by supervisor kim. do you have opening comments to make? >> i do, because
, supervisors. tom king. congratulations to the department for securing such a great enlarged grant. i run a small charity myself. unfortunately our grants are several decimal points to the left. i think the presenter in front of me answered a lot of the questions i had. my main hope is that some of the moneys can be used to stop the huge problem in san francisco we have with human trafficking, especially trafficking of women. look at the back pages of san francisco weekly or bay guardian for confirmation of this enormous issue. i hope that could be allocated in some fashion, thank you. >> thank you. are there other members of the public who wish to speak on this item, item number six? seeing none, public comment is closed. colleagues, do we have a motion to send the item forward with recommendation? we have that motion, we can do that without objection. thank you. item seven. >> item seven, resolution finding the project proposed by gsw arenas, llc, an affiliate of the golden state warriors to rehabilitate port property at piers 30-32, develop on the pier multipurpose venue usable for pub
. it is director tom hooper's first film since he won the oscar for "the king's speech," best picture. i think both hugh jackman and anne hathaway are going to be sort of in play for best actor, best supporting actress nominations. > > wow. > > so i think there is going to be a lot of interest in the movie, and certainly the awards people will definitely be keeping an eye on this one. > > what about "parental guidance?" this one has billy crystal and bette midler. "grandpa tells lots of jokes that you won't get. just laugh." "they're here!" "hello boy! you still single?" [laughter > > that sounds like a hit, potentially. > > potentially. it's a pg-rated comedy. it's a family movie in general. billy crystal hasn't really had a big hit in a long time. it's his first movie in many years actually. so i think it has potential to do decent numbers, not huge numbers. > > anything to look forward to in the coming new year? > > there are going to be a couple of movies that are going to be opening around christmastime that are going to be in limited release, and you're not going to see them until january. on
're receiving from the united king tom about that. the best thing we can do to avoid more names being added to that list is to support those trying to bring about an agreed ceasefire. but that has to be on both sides, of course, and it has to be an end to rocket fire against israel as well as to the israeli military operations. >> mr. gordon henderson. >> thank you, mr. speaker. would my right honorable friend agree with me that it's easy to call for israel to show restraint from the safety of this chamber, but such p restraint is difficult when you live with the daily threat of seeing your family and friends being wiped out by the rockets fired from gaza? is. >> here, here. >> of course that is, that is true. and i think some of the -- we heard earlier the need for balanced media reporting. some of the media reporting on this occasion has brought out what a terrifying experience ist is for people in southern israel as well as for people in gaza. so it is important to understand that, and it's important to direct ourselves to bringing these matters to an end. >> caroline lucas. >> thank you
for the week of november 19th. you'll find us on myfoxdc.com and our hashtag is capitalrundown. i'm tom fitzgerald, see you next week. yeah, you're the king of the jungle. have you thought about going vegan carl? hahaha!! you know folks who save hundreds of dollars by switching to geico sure are happy. how happy are they jimmy? happier than antelope with night-vision goggles. nice! get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. >>briefing was comprehensive. i think it was important, it added to our ability to make judgments about what is clearly a failure of intelligence. >> we've still got to determine number one how did this group penetrate this -- the facility that we had in benghazi? and who were these folks? >> lawmakers react to the testimony of former cia director david petraeus on the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. the discussion focused on the talking points initially released on the attack that was reported by ambassador susan rice. it's one of the big topics today. chris wallace joins me now with a preview of today's program. >> good mor
to twitter and tee off in the minutes after their speakers talks about immigration reform. >> steve king is already making noises about running for the tom harkin seat. is harkin retiring? we don't know for sure. that's been the long assumption. big opportunity for republicans midterm. iowa on top of the ticket. >> abs lieuly. >> already we know that there's going to be a real republican primary. mitch mcconnell and john corbin basically went about this in a placate the base, contindon't, know, disrupt this. and it failed. now, they're not getting blame and i'm surprised. >> here's the deal. in 2010 they did get involved in a lot of places. >> they tried. >> they tried. most notably in florida. >> colorado, too, and other places and it blew up in their face. >> because marco rubio wasn't sharing the angle. so this time around they said, okay, we will not get involved. in some ways it's a damned if you do, damned if you don't because i'm not sure -- i don't know that stronger involvement from the nrsc, and the national republican committee, does that keep him from losing? >> but do they g
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in minnesota, steve king in iowa is running against the wife after former governor, tom vilsack and he's feeling the heat, too, an interesting night. >> one of the interesting strategies, the reason they said they would take the house back, they would put pressure on the so-called orphan states, california, and where mitt romney isn't playing, they're not competitive in that race, but the house seats, okay, we can plow a lot of money in, and republican turnout will be down and we can turn the seats, but they're going to win a couple of them, but surprising so far in the polling, republicans are holding their own in those seats, why? >> you're right. they are he' doing this very aggressively, especially going after freshmen that won in 2010, guys like bobby schilling in illinois the first republican to get elected in his district in 30 years. the reason you're not going to see a huge shift is because one thing the republicans did well. not only being aggressive in the south and some of their home tougher, but they in contrast to the senate recruited some really great candidates themselv
, the applications to the 60th rifles, which was another name for the king royal rifle corps would be received and approved. tom littlefield who wanted to go to was rejected on account of the bum shoulder. that night on may 31, 1941, the dye was cast. they would offer themselves to become british soldiers. officer candidates in the king's royal rifle corp. in less than six week, they would ship out for england. other men would follow. 18 americans in all joined the 60th rifle and some 17 months later the u.s. army itself would finally enter the fray. the five young men went first and in wartime timing truly is everything. before going to sleep that night, this is why talked with him seventy years later, he wrote in the diary, 65 years later in the small rooms where he lived alone at the new hampshire retirement village, he showed me the entry. it seemed to have surprised him. fear was not a viable thought or emotion during those days. he mused, cox, he had written in 1941, had started me thinking, he wants me to go with him. the idea is very attractive. it is clean, no waiting, exciting. but i
at first 4 traffic. good morning. >> good morning, tom. >>> checking the roadways at 395 southbound at glebe. we had a disabled there. that disabled vehicle is gone. checking on road work in the area, construction as you travel southbound from king -- this is seminary road. those look to be out of the way. had a closure from 395 to i-95, but you can see the hov lanes now open. i'm back in ten minutes. eun, over to you. >> thank you, danella. >>> virginia was one of the last states to be called early this morning. you can see why. look at all the red areas of the state. that may lead you to believe the commonwealth returned to red state status, but president obama once again earned virginia thanks in large part to the population centers. he received 70% of the vote in norfolk and in hampton. the president also won the critical county of henrico near richmond, and northern virginia made a big difference. in fairfax county, he received 59% of the vote. 71% for alexandria, 52% for loudoun county, and 57% for prince william county. >>> and from virginia to maryland now, you will soon be
sometimes. >> i think this lunn with because the director tom hooper did "the king's speech" and won the oscar for it, interesting directorial touches. >> and another one i'm looking forward to is "the hobbit." >> at fandango folks are saying this is the one they are most excited to see and that's because peter jackson is back, and this is the first of three movies that he's doing, so this takes the book and they have hate it into three movies. a lot of technological advances people are talking about, and the whole cast is back, ian mckellan and cate blanchett. >> the other movie, "the impossible," hadn't heard about it. >> a lot more before weeks go by. this is the true story of a family that actually got caught in the thailand tsunami in 2004. they are played in the movie by naomi watt, ewan mcgregor and three young boys. what's fascinating is you're looking at the prelude to the tsunami scene right here. the tsunami scenes are so horrific and so realistic looking, but once you get past that, there's the wave. once you get past that it's the story of survival, and it's actually rea
for maryland's government was decided by 5,993 votes. in 2010, montana republican tom burnett beat his rifle for the house by -- rival for the house by 71 votes. after a recount in 2010 and king baunanimousian won his minnesota house seat by 13 and we all know what happened here. do you think your vote count? >> i hope. >>reporter: why is it important to vote? >> exercise your right. if you don't exercise your right, you can't complain. >>reporter: so we asked you what you thought on facebook. cindy hardy says it counts because of the many, many men and women who gave us their lives to give us the freedom to vote. colleen says, yes, my vote counts. the only vote that doesn't count is the one not cast. and lastly, marsha thomas says, yes, vi a friend 51 years of age voting for the first time. so proud of her. better late than never. rock your vote. the change starts with your vote. deborah alfarone, 9 news. >>> well, the redskins loss on sunday play a role in the outcome of the election of 2012? >> it's a fun thing we talk about. it's called the redskins rule. you can call it coincidence or
was another name for the king's royal rifle corps -- would be received and approved. tom littlefield, who wanted to go, too, was rejected on account of a bum shoulder. but that night, may 31, 1941, the die was cast. cox, cutting, brister would offer themselves to be officer candidates in the king's royal rifle corps. in less than six weeks, they would ship out for england. other harvard and dartmouth men would follow, 18 americans joined the 60th rifles, and some 17 months later the u.s. army itself finally would enter the fray. but these five young men went first, and in wartiming truly is everything. before going to sleep that night -- this is when i talked with him 70 years later -- charles mclean, as was his habit, wrote in his diary. 65 years, as i said, 65 years later in the small, book-lined rooms where he lived at a retirement village he showed me the entry. it seemed to have surprised him. fear was not a viable thought or emotion during those days, he mused. cox, he had written in 1941, had started me thinking. he wants me to go with him. the idea's very attractive. it is clean,
mourdock and maine, angus king who is an independent and will caucus. you probably won't see a change. everyone believes the democrats will remain in control and that is not something, tom, they thought was going to happen at the start of the year. >> and let's look at the road map. mitt romney, three events in that virginia. the president heading out west to wisconsin, on the way to colorado and nevada. what do they do the next few days and what does it tell us about where they chose to travel on the few days remain something. >> there was a front-page story in the new york times. i think it's -- in terms of the latino vote. the president leads by 50 points and their idea is in colorado and nevada, a state which david axlerod said they would definitely win and a large latino vote in central florida, which is, when i was in the convention, tampa, the puerto ricans, not cuban americans, they want to draw the vote out. they know they're getting clobbered among white voters and this is about 36%. it's interesting that he's going to those states where there is heavy latino populations. th
among the friends would follow. within weeks, would be received and approved. tom littlefield, was rejected on account of a bum shoulder. but that night, may 31, 1941, the die was cast. they were to offer themselves to become british soldiers in the king's royal rifle corps. and in six weeks, they would ship out for england. other men would follow, 18 americans in all joined, and some 17 months later, the u.s. army itself would finally enter the fray. these five young men went first and in war, timing is truly everything. before going to sleep that night, this is when i talked to him seven years later, charles mclean, as in his habit, wrote in his diary. see five years later in the book line rooms where he lived alone, he showed me the entry. seemed to have surprised him. it was not a viable thought or emotion during those days. cox had started me thinking. he wants me to go with him. the idea is very attractive. it is exciting. but i am dubious of the chance of coming back. well, i knew a good quote when i heard one, even though it kind of gave me the shivers. even though he
find more at myfoxdc.com, or use our twitter hashtag, #capitalrundown. i'm tom fitzgerald. see you next week. we can see you carl. we can totally see you. come on you're better than this...all that prowling around. yeah, you're the king of the jungle. have you thought about going vegan carl? hahaha!! you know folks who save hundreds of dollars by switching to geico sure are happy. how happy are they jimmy? happier than antelope with night-vision goggles. nice! get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. introducing the new droid razr maxx hd by motorola. now more than ever droid does. . >>> i am looking forward to reaching out and working with leaders of both parties, to meet the challenges we can only solve together. >> the purposes of forging a bipartisan agreement that begins to solve the problem, we're willing to accept new revenue under the right conditions. >>> the election is over and now comes the tough job of working together to avoid another recession. leaders from both parties have had a bit of a tone of reconciliation, but will it lead to a
. but these are some of the things that we're rating. there are votes that come up. >> tom colicchio, great to have you on the show. thank you very much. >> thank you, tom. tom came bearing gifts. this is great. >> yeah, that's -- >> turkey king of osh kosh. very good. >> still ahead, warren buffett joins us on set. >> do you have a recipe put down on paper? okay, i want him to put it down on paper and for tom to score it. >> we'll get it for him. >> keep it here on "morning joe." hey big guy, i want to get a big tv for my big family, for the big holiday. we like to watch big games. we got a big spread together... so it's gotta be big. how about the 55-inch lg tv. it's led and has incredible picture quality... that's big... but i got a little budget. with the walmart credit card special financing you can go big this year. that's big time! alright! [ male announcer ] get the season's hottest brands, like an lg 55-inch led tv. make an electronics purchase of $429 or more on your walmart credit card and get no interest if paid in full within 18 months. america's gift headquarters. walmart. sven gets great
of the work of the agency also suggests he needed to go. >> i appreciate you being on tonight. tom fuentes as well. as we mentioned, some in congress are questioning the timing of the resignation, criticizing the fbi for not letting them or the president know sooner. joining me is congressman peter king. you said the elements of the story quote don't add up. to you, what does not add up? >> first of all, what fran said, the fact this became an fbi investigation to begin with, then to me, once director petraeus came within the scope of the investigation, it's almost unprecedented for the fbi to be investigating the director of the cia. if they were going to do that, they should have immediately gone to the attorney general and also to the president of the united states because david petraeus was a key part of the president's foreign policy team. i'm not talking about guilt or innocence. i'm saying he's under a cloud. i have great admiration for david petraeus. i urged him to run for president. i worked with him. he's a tremendous patriot. but once he came under this scope of the investigati
, soledad, about our coverage tonight. we've got a lot going on. john king will be at the cnn magic wall over there. he's looking at the various permutati permutations, we have 16 reporters in all the key battleground states. we'll touch base with them. tom foreman is in the virtual senate. you saw what he has in store. he has more surprises coming up. we have the best analysts in the business. they're standing by. we'll dice everything step by step. the great thing about covering the elections is, you never know what's going to happen. there could be huge surprises there tonight and we will be watching it together with all of our viewers. speaking of surprises we have other shall we say technical surprises in the works as well. i think our viewers, soledad, will be very, very happy. >> we're looking forward to that. we are back right after this. stay with us. maybe somewhere around my house. mine's just, right over that way. well you can find out exactly where it is using bing elections. it's a good day for politics. which way do you lean politically? conservative. republican. well, usi
tom donlan, almost immediately up to the white house, if air going to investigate the head of the cia one would think it would get run up the flagpole quickly. that's what peter king suggested yesterday. we'll talk to him later on the program. >> alisyn: let's talk about regulations, and that's a bad word, if you or somebody who believes that there's bureaucratic bloat in the federal government, and how many regulations there are. we just, according to cns news service, this are some numbers now since president obama, well, i'll start with the past 90 days, the past three months, they've crunched the number and found out the obama administration has proposed 68 regulations, per day, for the past 9 the 0 days. >> that would be close to 7,000 regulations in 90 days. >> alisyn: are you doing math on the fly? >> i just did. can i read you one of them? this is just a couple of days ago, epa posted a proposed rule involving volatile organic emissions. >> dave: very important of utmost importance. >> alisyn: it may be, here is the thing about regulations, they're just like earmarks, you're a
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